computer reboot

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Keith Joly, Nov 4, 2003.

  1. Keith Joly

    Keith Joly Guest

    I have a athlon 1.15 ghz 512mb ddr ram. My question is I have a logictech
    keyboard that is wireless ever since I updated the info when I would go to
    use the email button it would make the computer restart so I stopped using
    that button but since I have updated my mem it will not boot up time to
    time was wondering if I should get rid of the key board and get a regular
    keyboard


    thanks
    confused
    Keith Joly, Nov 4, 2003
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  2. I don't think its the keyboard I supect you have a bad memory chip.one sign
    is rebooting at strange places and not booting at times at all

    "Keith Joly" <> wrote in message
    news:BJWpb.25179$...
    > I have a athlon 1.15 ghz 512mb ddr ram. My question is I have a

    logictech
    > keyboard that is wireless ever since I updated the info when I would go

    to
    > use the email button it would make the computer restart so I stopped using
    > that button but since I have updated my mem it will not boot up time to
    > time was wondering if I should get rid of the key board and get a regular
    > keyboard
    >
    >
    > thanks
    > confused
    >
    >
    RICHARD reason, Nov 5, 2003
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  3. Keith Joly

    DH Guest

    "Keith Joly" <> wrote in message
    news:BJWpb.25179$...
    > I have a athlon 1.15 ghz 512mb ddr ram. My question is I have a

    logictech
    > keyboard that is wireless ever since I updated the info when I would go

    to
    > use the email button it would make the computer restart so I stopped using
    > that button but since I have updated my mem it will not boot up time to
    > time was wondering if I should get rid of the key board and get a regular
    > keyboard
    >
    >
    > thanks
    > confused
    >
    > What country are you in?


    Dave H.
    DH, Nov 6, 2003
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